Australian soldiers, mainly from the 2nd and 3rd Battalions, in a Turkish trench captured during the Battle of Lone Pine, August 1915.

Gallipoli - Australian soldiers, mainly from the and Battalions, in a Turkish trench captured during the Battle of Lone Pine, August

@HistoryInPix: Five Australian former POWs catch up on news, after their release from Japanese captivity in Singapore, Sep 1945

August Singapore - British soldiers liberated from a Japanese POW camp in Sumatra sit on the steps of an Allied ambulance discussing the American atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.

Anzac poppies and soldier - In memory our Anzac Heroes and loved ones who did us proud #AnzacDay #Anzac #heroes

Anzac poppies and UK soldier - In memory of our Anzac Heroes and loved ones who did us proud

World War 1 Diggers Digger - An Australian soldier. This term originated during World War 1

World War 1 Diggers Digger - An Australian soldier. This term originated during World War 1

Australian soldiers blinded in a German gas attack at an aid station near Bois de l'abbe, they had been gassed in the operations in front of Villers-Bretonneux, France, May 27, 1918.

Horrors of World War I brought in colorized images

Australian soldiers blinded in a German gas attack at an aid station near Bois de l'abbe, they had been gassed in the operations in front of Villers-Bretonneux, France, May

A group of Australian 7th Field Company Engineers at the 'Plumer Road' entrance to 'Wallangara', or the Catacombs as it was generally called, a system of tunnels built in Hill 63, Messines Ploegsteert Wood, 22nd January 1918. The soldier on the right in the white shirt has been identified as Driver - Alexander Henderson Priest (17822) from Collingwood, Victoria (demobbed in 1919 in good health) (Photo source - Official Photo no.E4487) Tasmanian Archives and Heritage Office: W.L. Crowther…

Time Caspule: 25 beautiful, sad & thought provoking colourised images of WWI - Page 2 of 3

A group of Australian Field Company Engineers at the 'Plumer Road' entrance to 'Wallangara', or the Catacombs as it was generally called, a system of tunnels built in Hill Messines Ploegsteert Wood, January

PicLg,The-Light-Horseman

Oil an painting bymilitary equestrian artist Ron Marshall, depicts an Australian Light Horseman on his sturdy Waler trotting across a grassy plain. Giclee Prints available

A group of unidentified Australian and New Zealand soldiers in a front line trench on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Standing in the narrow confines of a trench passage, with sandbags at the parapet above them, several of the men are smoking pipes and cigarettes. Australian War Memorial, C03420

A group of unidentified Australian and New Zealand soldiers in a front line trench on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Standing in the narrow confines of a trench passage, with sandbags at the parapet .

Studio portrait of Staff Nurse (SN) Elsie Rose Grant, Australian Army Nursing Service. SN Grant enlisted on 12 August 1915 and returned to Australia on 11 March 1918. She served in Egypt, France and England with the Australian Army Nursing Service

Studio portrait of Staff Nurse (SN) Elsie Rose Grant, Australian Army Nursing Service. SN Grant enlisted on 12 August 1915 and returned to Australia on 11 March She served in Egypt, France and England with the Australian Army Nursing Service

Soldiers from the 45th Battalion, Australian 4th Division at Garter Point near Zonnebeke, Ypres sector, by Frank Hurley, 27 September 1917 .

Australian infantry small box respirators Ypres 1917 The soldiers are from the Battalion, Australian Division at Garter Point near Zonnebeke, Ypres sector, 27 September Australian War Memorial catalogue number

Australian and New Zealand soldiers bathing in Anzac Cove in the Dardanelles during the Gallipoli Campaign. 1915-1916

eiscef: “ Australian and New Zealand soldiers bathing in Anzac Cove in the Dardanelles during the Gallipoli Campaign.

Lt Col Harry Murray VC CMG DSO & Bar DCM Most decorated British Empire soldier in WW1.

Major Henry William "Harry" Murray- my relative 1 Dec Jan Australia recipient of Victoria Cross

Stretcher bearers carrying wounded at Anzac The image on this panel shows two stretcher-bearers. Undoubtedly, the most famous medic on Anzac was the ‘man with the donkey’, Private John Simpson Kirkpatrick, 3rd Field Ambulance. However, it was decided not to feature Simpson, whose story is so well known, but rather that unsung legion of other bearers whose work right throughout the campaign undoubtedly saved many lives. They lived with death, dined with disease. Anonymous Poem Gallipoli

Stretcher bearers carrying wounded at Anzac The image on this panel shows two stretcher-bearers. Undoubtedly, the most famous medic on Anzac was the ‘man with the donkey’, Private John Simpson Kirkpatrick, 3rd Field Ambulance. However, it was decided not to feature Simpson, whose story is so well known, but rather that unsung legion of other bearers whose work right throughout the campaign undoubtedly saved many lives. They lived with death, dined with disease. Anonymous Poem Gallipoli

Anzac soldiers in Egypt 1916-18

Soldiers on the Sphinx, WWI - Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) Soldiers in Egypt,

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